Amy Meredith is the world's first female Competitive Eating Champion. She holds records in over 25 eating competitions and is known for her ability to consume 70 hard-boiled eggs in 7 minutes. Amy Meredith are five musicians who have played in a band for the past four years. Mixed up in the high stakes game of world diplomacy and international intrigue, their music tells stories of love, deception, greed, lust, and most importantly, unbridled enthusiasm.
She’s an innovative music maker, a style-forging pioneer: since the 80s, Grammy-winning multi-talented Jody Watley has led the way as an entrepreneur working in the independent music world as one of the few already-established female best-selling artists to produce, create and own her recordings. With an amazing 32 Top Ten Singles and 13 No. 1 Singles in the R&B, pop and dance music genres over the past three decades – including such classics as “Looking For A New Love...
There are at least four artists with this name:
1) Djinn is an Italian depressive-industrial-ambient act formed in 1999 by Alex Vintras. His music combines the atmospheric layers and reverberations prominent in dark ambient music, and combines it with the experimentation and rhythmic qualities of second-wave industrial music. His work is known to commonly use samples from multiple sources, be it field recordings of Gregorian chants, audio clips from famous films, or even snippets of classical compositions.
Science consist of three solo artist and Science Magazine's podcast. "Fauxhead the Alchemist", "Ill-Literate" and "The Murphy Brown Solo Show". Thier music is noise/experimental at its core.
Scottish melodic hardcore in the vein of Kid Dynamite, Shook Ones and No Trigger.
Diamond Rings is an emotional outlet for Toronto based artist and musician John O. His lyrically evocative pop songs are composed with a stolen MIDI keyboard, borrowed laptop, and second hand guitar.
Luke Rowell, aka Disasteradio, is an underground music legend in New Zealand. He began writing 80s-inspired synth pop a decade ago and has released seven albums, from a hand packaged cassette through to his latest album 'Visions'. Leading critical NZ music magazine Real Groove ranked 'Visions' the best NZ album of the year in 2007. Disasteradio has toured his unique show the length of New Zealand numerous times and in 2008 finally got noticed overseas when legendary German producer Hans Nieswandt invited him to perform at Worldtronics in Berlin.
Nineteen different artists share the name Aurora. It's a russian screamo band, a duo of English trance/dance producers, a Danish death metal band, a Japanese band, a Hungarian punk group, a Latvian rock band, an Albanian act, an American dance trio, a German dark-wave band, a Swedish alt. demo band, a Polish new wave group, a Chilean electronic project, A British Prog/New Age/Space Rock Group, a rock band from Sydney, Australia, a rap duo and a jazz-band from Denmark. Aurora is a russian screamo band formed out of the ashes of another russian band pro'spect. they've recently released a demo.